Inheritance scams

HELLO………………………………!!
jhorgejames@yandex.ru


Scam Email received June 20, 2018 from gouvtoure1993@gmail.com

jhorgejames@yandex.ru
jhorgejames@yandex.ru
Email From:

gouvtoure1993@gmail.com

Subject:

HELLO………………………………!!

Other emails used:

jhorgejames@yandex.ru, jhorgejames@yandex.ru

Email Subject:

HELLO………………………………!!


HELLO………………………………!! – jhorgejames@yandex.ru


DEAR FRIEND, For give my indignation if this message comes to you as a surprise. I got your contact When i was searching for a foreign reliable partner I am the Head of Group Bank for Africa. In my department we discovered an abandoned sum of $16.5 million U.S.A dollars. In an account that belongs to one of our foreign customer who died along time Ago with all his family in the Asia Earth Quake Disaster (TSUNAMI DISASTER INDONESIA.Since we got information about his death, unfortunately i learn that all his supposed next of kin or relation died along side leaving nobody behind for the claim. In respect to the provision of a foreign account (40%) for you and (60%) for me. There after i will visit your country for disbursement according to the percentages indicated. (FILL THIS FORM BELLOW PLEASE AND RESEND IT TO ME). 1) Your Full Name,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2) Your Age,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3) Marital Status,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4) Your Cell Phone Number,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5) Your Fax Number,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6) Your Country,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7) Your Occupation,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8) Your Religion,,,,,,,,, Replay me on my Private email address (jhorgejames@yandex.ru). You have to keep everything secret as to enable the transfer to move very smoothly in to the account you will prove to the bank.god bless you and bye for now. Yours faithfully). jhorgejames@yandex.ru

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